- A man has taken to social media to share an unusual car part he saw in a bus
- In the pictures, what should have been a gear lever was replaced by a showerhead
- Hilarious reactions trailed the man's photos as viewers shared pictures of similar weird body parts in commercial buses they'd boarded
Photos of a commercial bus popularly known as a 'Danfo' with a shower head as its brake clutch has generated reactions among Nigerians.
A man took to Twitter to share the weird bus body part.
"There is nothing you cannot see in Lagos, especially inside Danfo."
In the images he shared, the driver applied the shower head like it was a normal car gearstick.
Social media users found the photos amusing. Some posted their own photos to show the guy that what he discovered was nothing compared to what they had seen.
Weird car parts they shared include plastic chair inside a commercial vehicle, change-over in place of a brake and cushion chair in the driver's seat.
"What you have not seen in Lagos doesn't exist."
"If traffic hold una, una fit run shower for the bus. Good one! Lmao."
"incase driver don dey sweat too much, he fit just run quick bath for side of the road."
"This bus would never be stopped for road worthiness."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @TailorMushroom has celebrated his new automobile in a way that people with cars do.
Taking to the bird app on Saturday, March 27, the man captioned photos of his new tricycle (keke) "New whip alert".
In the first frame, he posed inside the keke with his hands on its handle, while the second snap has him perched on the rider's seat.
Many people have joined in his celebration, as they said that the "small win" is indeed a mark that he has done well for himself.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Is this a better investment. I invested 1.3million into a laundry business and I tell you I regret it big time. Maybe I should have done keke instead."
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